Newsletter Spring 2012

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The Cause Collective: The Truth Is I am You
Building 10: LMCC’s Art Center on Governors Island
New York, NY
August 26-September 25, 2011

Art in Odd Places: Ritual
Along 14th Street NYC, from Avenue C to The Hudson River October 1-10, 2011

Feed Your Head: The African Origins of the Scientific Aesthetic
Brooklyn, NY
November 17, 2011-February 25, 2012,

Bob Carroll

Robert Percy: Toward the Invisible, Works on Paper

Link to essay: Transcultural Intuition and Beauty
in the Paintings of Robert Percy

by B. Kalivac Carroll

Marin County, CA

Mary Anne Davis

The Birding Life

Artists included in new book entitled The Birding Life
Clarkson Potter Publishers
Ferrin Gallery
Pittsfield, MA
October 29 – December 31, 2011

Jessica Doyle


Pageant Gallery
607 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia, PA
May 6 – July 17, 2011

Heather Dunn

Documentary video screening:
The Vault Celebration

BNL Arts Festival
Berkner Hall
Upton, NY
December, 2011

Faculty Group Show
Saint John’s University Gallery
New York, NY
July – August, 2011

Kate Farrington (and Richard Cutrona)

Confronting the Towers (Not a Memorial)

This exhibition also includes an extraordinary piece of lenticular sculpture that Cutrona created in collaboration with Kate Farrington. It is located outside the building in the pedestrian plaza.

Public artwork by Richard Cutrona and Kate Farrington, in conjunction with the show: “The Lenticular Image: Politics, Pop-Culture, & Popcorn”
Fitchburg State University
Fitchburg, MA
Jan. 25 – April 10, 2012

Tatiana Klacsmann

Southern Observatory (Group Exhibition)
Bowie Arts Center
Erskine College, SC
Sept. 26 – Oct. 21

Ancora Imparo (Group exhibition)
as part of Westobou Arts Festival
Augusta, GA
Sept. 29 – Oct.8

Elvis and Other Kings (Juried exhibition)
Estel Gallery, Nashville, TN
Sept. 3 – 24

Patricia Tinajero

Artnouts Show

Ecological Imperative
Museum of Contemporary Art
Valdivia Chile
January 12 to March 12, 2012

Emily Putnam (also curated by)

Memento Mori

Memento mori, Latin for “Remember your Mortality” has provided inspiration for artists for centuries. Even in the twenty-first century, ways of coping with the shadow of death continues to haunt aesthetic imaginations. The works in this exhibit explore the themes of mortality, mourning, remembrance, and memory.

Mobius Art Space
Cambridge, MA
October 2011

Living Walls

As an extension of Living Walls Albany, an art and urban education conference, Living Walls Performs will be presenting some of the must cutting-edge and avant-guard performative works from a broad spectrum of emerging and established performance artists. Spanning between hyper-reality to surrealism the works showcased at Living Walls Performs will be exploring the modalities of 3d, 4d and live action works while repurposing one of the many vacant spaces in the capitol city.